Sunday, April 28, 2013

Typical Kids (Photostory)

Things are winding down at Danielle's.  The kids have eaten their sandwiches and are now playing with each other.  Danielle is settling her bill with Nikaya.

Antoinette is saying goodbye to Joseph.  Ciana and Alicia are playing on Jacob's tricycle.

"Faster.  Faster."  (Alicia)

"Nikaya, you did a good job entertaining the kids.  How does $5 sound for all your hard work?"  (Danielle)
"That sounds great."  (Danielle)

Zahara and Julian are playing school.
"So I need you to write your name, right here.  Stay in the lines."  (Zahara)

All of a sudden, there's a thud!

Uh oh!  Alicia and Ciana have fallen over.  Leslie quickly rushes over to pick them up.

"Girls, are you okay?"  (Leslie)
Alicia appears to be fine, but Ciana is a little shaken up.  Surprisingly no one is crying.

Of course that changes as soon as Leslie takes Ciana in her arms.  Then her tears start flowing freely.
"Oh honey, it's okay."  (Leslie)

"Cinanna?"  (Alicia)
"She's okay, Alicia.  Are you okay?"  (Leslie)

"Did she hurt herself?"  (Danielle)
"I think her little feelings are hurt more than anything."  (Leslie)

DING DONG!

"Now who can that be?"  (Danielle)

"Nikaya, get off his bike.  You are too big."  (Antoinette)

"Let me see that pretty smile of yours.  There it is."  (Leslie)

"Sunni, you made it."  (Danielle)
"Yes.  My clients never showed up.  They called an hour later to say they needed to reschedule."  (Sunni)
"The nerve."  (Danielle)
"Hey Sunni!"  (Ladies in the background)
"Come on in.  The ladies were just getting ready to leave, but I'm sure they will hang around a little longer."  (Danielle)

"Mommy.  Mommy."  (Alicia)

"I hurt Cinanna and she's crynin."  (Alicia)

"You did what?  Come here."  (Vanessa)

Sunni takes a seat in the living room and the ladies catch up on what's happening with her.  She proceeds to tell them about the big boom in real estate and how people are flocking to Morristown.

The kids are chit chatting with Ming.

"Well ladies, I'm afraid I have to call it a night."  (Antoinette)
"Yes, me too.  This has been fun.  I'm serious about us taking those classes."  (Vanessa)
"What classes?"  (Sunni)
"I'll fill you in later, Sunni.  But I will get all the information and let you guys know when it is."  (Vanessa)

"Alright Ciana.  It's time to go."  (Leslie)
"But I don't want to go."  (Ciana)
"We'll have to plan a little outing for all the kids soon."  (Danielle)
"I agree."  (Leslie)

"Okay little ladies.  We're leaving."  (Antoinette)

"Coming!  Bye Julian."  (Nikaya)

"Mommy, where's Daddy?"  (Chad)
"He's at home, which is where we are going in a few minutes."  (Lisa)

"There you go my little angel.  We have to get you covered up."  (Lisa)

"Thanks for coming over guys.  We need to do this more often."  (Danielle)
"I'll be calling all of you."  (Vanessa)
All the ladies say their goodbyes to one another.

"Are you ready?  Mommy's ready."  (Lisa)

"Bye, bye."  (Jacob)

It was a wonderful time getting with the ladies.  This is not the story I had planned, but Alicia and Ciana fell over on their bike accidentally, and I had to run with that story.  It was just so typical of what happens when kids get together.  If you missed the first part of this story, you can see it here.

COMING UP NEXT!
Debbie's sewing studio is being worked on.  It's just in the planning stages.  She wanted to show how easy it is to turn Chandra's one piece outfit into a two piece outfit.

I am also making her a new sewing machine out of wood.  It's coming along.  I just need to add a few things to it.


49 comments:

  1. Wow! I just love your stories!I'm glad the girls didnt get hurt! The lighting in your photos is spot on vanessa! I cant waite to see what else you send to us, its like watching my favorite soap opera!

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    1. william - Thanks. I'm glad you have tired of our crazy little kids over here. They keep me entertained. The outing planned for the kids is one I've been wanting to do for some time now. I can't wait.

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  2. lolololol im crakin up this was funny! i love the way that alicia says ciana "cinanna" its so funny and too cute. and vanessa better not take those classes. ;)

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    1. coolsinger - I'm glad we could provide you with some Sunday funnies. LOL. And Vanessa said, she is taking those classes!

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  3. Looks like a great time was had by all. I'm glad the little girls didn't get hurt on the tricycle! All your kids are so cute! And Debbie? She's the doll I'm waiting anxiously for! LOL :-)

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    1. Cindi - Thanks. I hope you love your doll as much as I love mine. I think she looks even better in person.

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  4. The pic of the children falling from the bike is so good! And Danielle's place is so full of life with all those women and their children, they seem to get on very well and I hope we (and they) will enjoy more scenes like this!

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    1. Rossetti - Thanks. I still don't know how they fell over. I didn't touch them at all. I guess it was meant to be. The friendship between these women have really grown over the years.

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  5. Awwww, so cute! I know they were all exhausted at the end of the day. I love the Leslie doll. I call her doll face mold the "Kelly Rowland face mold" because she looks like Kelly. LOL! I know she is the Asha face mold.

    I also want to ask if you ever shrunk your doll's heads with acetone? The dolls with the larger heads? Because the smiling Wee friends Kelly, I can recall, had a much larger wider head.

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    1. KenyaDoll - Thanks. I didn't notice the Kelly Rowland resemblance until you mentioned it the last time. I have never shrunk any of my heads. I am familiar with the technique but haven't taken the time to try it.

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    2. Yeah, they actually used the Asha face mold for Kelly when they made those Destiny's Child dolls years ago.

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  6. Just like real children. All cute and adorable looking one min, and lil trouble makers the next! Poor Sunni. I would have been more miffed if that had happended to me. She was so demure about it.

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    1. Verona - All those kids in one place, there's bound to be some trouble. LOL. Believe me, Sunni was miffed, but she had gotten it out of her system before arriving.

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  7. Hello from Spain: I like your tricycle, your gaming table ... All these children have to be very happy with so many beautiful things. How many young children. A fright the fall of the tricycle. Playground. Jacob is very cute. I like his outfit. Awesome Debbie sewing studio. Keep in touch

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    1. Marta - Thanks. Yes, the kids were having a really good time. Still trying to figure out the details of Debbie's studio.

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  8. I just love looking at these photos. So beautiful, with such wonderful details! The tricycle is really cute.

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    1. Roxanne - Thanks! That tricycle was a Christmas ornament I picked up a few months ago.

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  9. Cute story. The kids as usual are adorable and were being themselves. Cinanna... too cute the way Alicia pronounces Ciana's name. Nikaya's scooting around on a toddler's trike is very typical of a child her age.

    Great job!

    dbg

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    1. DBG - Thanks. There's never a dull moment when there's a house full of kids. Danielle probably should have paid Nikaya a little more money. These kids were a handful.

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  10. You didn't plan the accident but the dolls did. LOL Go ahead and laugh you know its true. Cute story. The kids are the best!

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    1. Mustiwait - You know how it is. The dolls just be taking over!

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  11. Sunni missed out on all the goodies. That sewing room is coming together!

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    1. Muff - You just reminded me. Danielle was supposed to make sure they took that cake out of there. Darn! She better think of something to do with it quick.

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  12. Great photostory Vanessa! I loved it! The kids poses are so cute and real.. My fav is the one of Jacob waving goodbye...adorable.

    I love the table set Julian and the girls are sitting at. The sewing room is coming along nicely. Oh by the way, I love the fashion sign.

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    1. Georgia Girl - Did you see little Kenaz peeking around his mom? Sometimes I really think they pose themselves. I put them where I want them to be and then they work their magic. That table is from the miniature store. Glad you noticed the fashion sign. Someone ordered one, and I decided I needed one, too. Now I have to paint it.

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    2. I agree with Georgia Girl that Jacob waving goodbye is the cutest! Great story!

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    3. limbe dolls - Jacob said he's tired of Julian stealing the spotlight all the time. LOL.

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  13. Very realistic - I love how the dolls create their own stories. And I can't wait to see whether the pole dancing classes really eventuate. I'm also glad to see you are working on that most important place - the sewing studio.

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    1. Carrickters - Apparently the dolls can do a better job at creating stories than I can. Oh those pole classes are definitely happening. LOL!

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  14. Poor Ciana. I don't blame her one bit for being shaken up. That has to be startling. I'm glad the ladies were all able to get together and catch up.

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    1. Alura - That fall had to have hurt, but you see she was right back on that bike. Kids are so resilient.

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  15. LOL! The bike scene was funny. Zahara telling Julian to stay in the lines was typical too. Little girls are bossy, especially when they are "teaching".

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    1. Kenya - I couldn't believe they fell over without being touched. One of them must have moved. LOL. Yes, little girls (and big girls) can be very bossy.

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  16. Great story! Zahara and Julian gave me a mini flashback of me and my brother playing as kids. Too funny. :)

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    1. Adrian - Thanks. I'm so happy it reminded you of some good memories.

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  17. Wow! I get so involved with the stories. I the children have exhausted me! Whew!LOL
    They are all so cute! I really like Antionettes dress. The house looks really good too!
    BTW I just noticed you passed 1/2 million views...Isn't it time for a celebration? :-D

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    1. Grandmommy - I imagine it's like that at your house when all the kids and grands come to visit. LOL! Thanks for noticing the views. Too busy to celebrate at the moment, but I will add it to the list. LOL!!

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  18. Whew! I'm exhausted just looking at all the kids, LOL. I don't think I've ever seen such a large group in a place that isn't a daycare. Sunni looks gorgeous, as usual. I'm loving the sewing room, it will be nice to see Debbie again. :)

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    1. Tracy - You are the cause of all this mayhem. It only came about because you mentioned wanting to see Sunni again. I'm really thinking Nikaya should have asked for more money.

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  19. Wow, your setup for these are just amazing, where do you find so much adorable kids stuff? All your accessories are just perfect! It's such a cute, accurate story, lol!

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    1. Heather - Thanks. The tricycle and the toy Jacob was playing with are Christmas ornaments. The table and chairs are from the miniature store. The baby bunting I made.

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  20. So nice story ! You are doing better and better ! all those kids playing and the fall of the little one from the tricycle, so funny. I'm getting addict to your stories !

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    1. Claude - Thanks. I know you enjoy kids just like I do. I need to do the dog story soon. I know how much you love dogs, too.

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  21. I love all your children! And I had fun with the fall of Alice and Ciana! Lol! ;)

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    1. Farbield - Those kids are exhausting! Danielle was happy to have them over and happy when they went home. LOL.

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  22. Usually, I am a hardset Julian fan, but seeing the photo of Jacob waving good bye ... aw, he's so cute, too.

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    1. D7ana - Jacob is such a quiet, to himself kid. It's good to see him getting some love from the Julian fans.

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  23. Nice story, hope the little girls are okay ;)

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    1. V. - Thanks. The girls are just fine.

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